Lights at Lafarge

Lions Gate Photo Blog


Monday, May 21st, 2007 — 9:34pm PST
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John and I are finally settling in after about 5 hours of walking around town and through Stanley Park. I went somewhere I haven’t ever been before – the deck of Lions Gate…on foot. The pictures from our mini hike speak for themselves so here they are a couple taken with my phone. The rest can be found on my Flickr tag: LionsGateTrek.

Update: Podcast of our little trip is now up on RadioZoom

Lions Gate Trek
Where we started
Lions Gate Trek
The underbelly
Lions Gate Trek
I couldn’t look up – this was taken blindly by turning my phone upside down, pointing and clicking
Lions Gate Trek
Podcasting from above
Lions Gate Trek
Little worried – such a wuss
Lions Gate Trek
Lions Gate Trek
Lions Gate Trek
Happy we’re headed back to land
Lions Gate Trek
Where we were
Lions Gate Trek
Um, that’s big
Lions Gate Trek
Our reward

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6 comments

  1. Duane Storey says:

    Looks like a fun trip.. I’ve never walked it.. I should try sometime..

  2. wyn says:

    Ran it once – it’s the only bridge in the city worth running except it’s a little out of the way. Burrard is a good short one to run over. Running Lion’s Gate gave some insight that you wouldn’t otherwise have, like how heading to North Vancouver it’s short-but-steep uphill and then long downhill. So I was told – it was all difficult for me. 😛

  3. fotoeins says:

    Great shots, and now I feel guilty.

    I’ve walked the entire span of the Golden Gate Bridge, but not once have I attempted the same o’er good Lions Gate.

    Guilty …

  4. GZ Expat says:

    Holy crap! And a suspension bridge, no less. If there was any wind, you can feel it moving ever so slightly…gets ya a little freaked out.

  5. actually, the best type of blog is the photoblog because pictures speak a thousand words ::

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